Lovely weather here--hope you all are enjoying the same!
Yesterday after I'd proctored an AP exam, our son came for a little early Mother's Day visit and took my husband and me to lunch. Time with family is for me the definition of joy.
Arpy, we're glad to have your delightful spirit on the porch. I enjoyed learning more about you. I taught English for 37 years in junior and senior high schools, and I like English authors, so I guess that makes me a bit of an anglophile myself. Since we have some authors from United Kingdom and Austrailia on Faith Writers, I had jumped to the conclusion that you were one of them.
Mariane, I am so very sorry about your hand. I know how hitting a nerve hurts. I hope it's much better today. I do believe we as Christians need to stand up for what we know is right, and we need to pray for God to send revival to our nation and its leaders.
Laurie, Thanks for asking. Unlike Mariane, I tolerate Celebrex very well, and it helps a great deal, and I get shots of cortisone. I think I must have pulled a muscle in my hip, in addition to the bursitis. I just need to rest it.
Praying for your daughter, Carol. We never cease to be concerned for our children's problems, do we.
Joanney, I'm glad your summer job will be a constant. I hope your former husband is helping financially as he should.
Edy, Edy, take that lutefisk out of the freezer! It will contaminate everything.
Don, I hope you're feeling much better today---and behaving yourself, too!